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Human-Display Interaction Technology: Emerging Remote Interfaces for Pervasive Display Environments
April-June 2010 (vol. 9 no. 2)
pp. 72-76
Andrea Bellucci, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Alessio Malizia, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Paloma Diaz, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Ignacio Aedo, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Large display surfaces are more and more becoming a medium for supporting our daily activities: communication and collaboration, entertainment, daily life, working, and learning, A pervasive and human-centric approach to human-display interaction will be an important research trend for the years to come, as demonstrated by the efforts of both industry and academia in developing novel remote interfaces and interaction techniques.

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Index Terms:
human-display interaction, post-WIMP interaction, remote interfaces
Citation:
Andrea Bellucci, Alessio Malizia, Paloma Diaz, Ignacio Aedo, "Human-Display Interaction Technology: Emerging Remote Interfaces for Pervasive Display Environments," IEEE Pervasive Computing, vol. 9, no. 2, pp. 72-76, April-June 2010, doi:10.1109/MPRV.2010.30
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